Cilantro is very difficult to grow hydroponically. We recommend growing micro cilantro in soil. Germination of cilantro microgreens is erratic with some emerging at about a week, and some seeds taking longer, so be patient with them. Sow quite thickly ( on a bed of lightly compacted soil (about 1 cup of seed for a 21″ x 11″ tray. Cover with a thin layer of soil or vermiculite (1/4 inch) and tamp very lightly. Cilantro micro greens grow slowly and the seeds prefer cooler temperatures (under 70 degrees), especially during germination. Experiment with placing your germinating trays in much cooler areas.
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